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Probably Wandsworth is best known for being the home of Battersea Power  Station on the South Bank of the River Thames and is an area of London that have been surveying properties in for many, many years.  Take a look at some of our example surveys…


Balham, Bedford, Earlsfield, East Putney, Fairfield, Furzedown, Graveney, Latchmere, Nightingale, Northcote, Queenstown, Roehampton and Putney Heath, Shaftesbury, Southfields, St Mary’s Park, Thamesfield, Tooting, Wandsworth Common, West Hill and West Putney.

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We have property experience and knowledge in your area of London as we have been carrying out surveys in Wandsworth for many, many years.

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From historic Listed properties to modern houses we have the expertise to provide you with comprehensive survey reports on your era of property.

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The London Borough of Wandsworth has a mixture of property types, styles and eras.


The area of Wandsworth has a wealth of both historic buildings and noteworthy landmarks from Putney Bridge famous for the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race to the Art Deco Du Cane Court in Balham.


For many, many years our Independent Surveyors have been carrying out residential building surveys in the London Borough of Wandsworth in roads such as Jews Road, Lyford Road, Bellevue Road to name but a few in SW18.

During the many years we have been surveying the properties in the London Borough of Wandsworth we have carried out structural surveys on many family Victorian homes along with both purpose built flats and quaint cottages as well as some beautiful Georgian buildings.

We strive to ensure our clients are happy with the process of buying their home and encourage them to attend the survey meeting their surveyor and talking through their requirements and any property issues.

From Young’s Brewery although no longer in use as a Brewery is the oldest brewery site in the UK to the Grade II listed building Battersea Arts Centre the area has a wealth of historic buildings.

The area has New Covent Garden Market in Nine Elms, famous for being the largest wholesale fruit, vegetable and flower market in Great Britain, a busy heliport and the Grade II Listed suspension bridge designed by Rowland Mason Ordish and Joseph Bazalgette Albert Bridge.

We have a hands on approach carrying out building surveys on behalf of our clients with attention to detail with concise and informative Executive Summaries and detailed survey descriptions, photos and sketches to ensure our reports outline any property issues.

We pride ourselves on meeting our clients’ objectives providing a high quality service with honest, professional advice carried out swiftly to meet deadlines.